July | August 2010

Feature

True Blue

Feature

Long Time Coming

Cover Story

Supply & Demand

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Feature

True Blue

John Harrington ’77, St. Paul’s top cop, leaves the force after three decades of distinguished service.

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Feature

Long Time Coming

It took nearly two centuries for the college to start living up to its original mission to educate native Americans. Finally, Dartmouth is no longer an institution that thinks it has nothing to learn from its native students.

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Cover Story

Supply & Demand

How the dismal science morphed into freakonomics and made econ the College’s most popular major.

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BIG PICTURE

Chalkboard Chemistry

Farzeen Mahmud ’12 calls organic chemistry “a beautiful thing.”

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SCULPTURE

Art Alfresco

An art history class creates an informative walking tour of Dartmouth’s campus statuary.

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PERSONAL HISTORY

Musical Odyssey

Two frat brothers who never made it to their formal have been acting in concert ever since.

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Sports

See Spot Run

Man and beast pant over an alum’s new passion, running with canines.

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ON THE JOB

Like Clockwork

Jonathan Snellenburg ’68, Adv’72—of Antiques Roadshow fame—is one of the country’s leading antiquarians.

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BIG PICTURE

Memento Mori

Students posing with skeletons was not uncommon at medical schools in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Here Dartmouth Medical School graduates from the class of 1889 pose for one such graduation portrait.

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Continuing Ed

Kyrie Robinson ’90

On designing technology for its users

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